The Kimpton Chef’s Counter can accommodate up to 10 diners, offering a personalized encounter with the chefs and mixologists in the open kitchen. You can see the food being prepped and cooked before you, as you are entertained by servers who make sure your glass is kept full at all times.
If you are one of the lucky people dating someone on the most romantic day of the year, Valentine’s Day, then perhaps you are preparing to do something other than sitting at home over a pot noodle discussing your workday.
Every year the Cayman Heart Fund holds its fundraising gala based on a particular theme. Annual attendees know they are always in for a wonderful night of entertainment, live music and the chance to bid on some fantastic auction items.
Just as January featured a number of movie sequels, so February is following suit. In case you were finally in a place of comfort where you could sleep again, the next film in the “Ring” series is here. Why does anyone watch that video when they know they’ll meet a bad end seven days later?
The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel in Hollywood, Florida, home to Hard Rock Live, seems to really have come into its own as a big venue for visiting musical and comedy acts. This month sees Lisa Lampanelli, Jerry Seinfeld, Three Dog Night and more.
The Culture at the Cinema series at Regal Camana Bay Stadium 6 starts off 2017 with a wonderful comedy. On Saturday, Jan. 21, there will be a screening of Harold Pinter’s “No Man’s Land,” starring Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Patrick Stewart.
The public is in for a musical treat during Jan. 20-23 as Cayman’s best musicians and entertainers will be showcased as part of the annual Muzaic festival, organized by Cayman Music and Entertainment Association.
Close to 1,000 residents and guests of the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa were treated to a free concert on Saturday night. Grammy award-winning Jamaican reggae group Toots and the Maytals took to the stage set up in front of the hotel’s boardwalk.
In case you haven’t heard, there is a rumble coming and it’s getting louder. We, of course, are referring to the Island Rumble, scheduled for Saturday, when none other than legendary boxer Manny Pacquiao will be in attendance.
Anyone who has attended Cayman Cookout in the past will be familiar with many of the events on the schedule. The three amigos – Eric Ripert, Anthony Bourdain and Jose Andres – are always “on the menu,” to the delight of their hordes of fans.
Now in its fourth year, The Laugh Cayman Comedy Festival is returning this weekend for three nights of side-splitting jokes. Familiar names from the U.S. stand-up circuit will take to the stage, along with TV celebrities and musical guest artists.
The Cayman Islands is featured in the first edition of the 2017 Robb Report, considered by many as the quintessential guide to the best of luxury living. The magazine often features the latest in fine automobiles, cutting-edge home technology products, and five-star vacations.
New Year’s Eve without fireworks is like Christmas Day without turkey. Colorful pyrotechnics lighting up the night sky is an integral part of the celebrations, with numerous venues around Cayman planning spectacular shows.
Much like the movies scheduled for January, concerts are a little thin on the ground. It seems that the majority of artists performing in South Florida this month are geared towards the nostalgic crowd.
We ain’t gonna lie to ya, January is looking a touch bleak for film lovers, which is not breaking news in Hollywood. January – and sometimes February – are considered “dump months,” when studios release productions that they wouldn’t want going up against stronger competition at other times of the year.
Mulled wine, eggnog, turkey, ham … all of these are familiar items on the menu when it comes to the festive season. Some are quick and easy to make and some require an awful lot of preparation with a few choice swear words thrown in.